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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TEE HSRAJLD-S PAGE OF LIVE LOCAL NBWS OCTOBER 19, 1920 SECOND'SECTION' LETHRRIDGE. 'ALBERTA. SECOND SECTION PACE ELEVEN MINERSIN IpJTiES THREATENED ACTION OF MEN WHO AE WITH LIBERAblEADERS PARTY pilatoriricss of Their Union in [Adjusting Dispute Causes Sharp Action Will the city bo convulsed in dark- ness and the .citizens havo to go tolr 15 aiij unwashed? Tbat i the qjo lion unpormosUoilaj in Ihe action taHEm in the cit> miners in not re turulng to iho -nice this morning B question as. to uglil and water Is nuiv.iii then hands ot't'do power house employees an' to Trhether or not they viill other than that sipplied from the city- ixjjne. of tho derision of tho miners. 'the -council got busy immed- the interests-' of tho HAD CONCEALED -WEAPON It COST HIM FIFTY -For pu bis .person a .38 revolver, found-'thereon bj- Sergeant Lobb, of tho R. C. Jl, P., when he was arrested ou ?nother charge Tt ,LIncoln Thoitias and costs by Magistrate at the city pollco court on-Tues- morning.' .Ttomas and'his 11.: W, Paliuer. arc both up b'eforo-. Superintendent Pennefatho'r this afternoon In regard to 'deportation'. ERNEST LAPOINTE, M. P and obtained 2000 tons of uui slack fron the teueril Coils il the price or "o coat" i ion, tti enable the to m regard to.the compromise offer made them by.the Commissioners in regard to the ialce rf inges ro.trr-u.lne nai cnmnd inaue It pointei) out to, the .ci'iosoat.ilhes of the -nine s atl i the t me that ibeir c aims uiu'd Deputy Returning Officers Hold o b- for the Lethbnubi- rxunn on 111 lislt can in KO rnim] The! era bil.iv A meeting ot ileputi re offer wac that th miners turning oflicers vias neld in Com Bhould be with the Increased none on Thanksgiving nbeii pay iron- leiving Tom'YtMuan appointed deputy re the idypicnt of tho retroactive In turning officer at Tumi The appoint crease to next The natter of ment will bo confirmed at meeting W. C KENNEDY, M P. 'WM.1 DUFF, M. P. Liberal Leader Speaks At the Majestic fpnight LETHBRIDGE FINDS MARKETS IN MONTANA AND UTAIB GAMBLERS HAD NOTHING :TO BE THANKFUL FOR Thanksgiving Day was celebrat- ed by fHe city police In making two succewful ratdVcn two gamb- ling Joints In tho one situat- ed In the basenrieru'of Leader's barber .shop on Fifth Street; ind the other in the Sodenburg block. In the first instance' T. Willgosh was fliied with costs, for be- inj the keeper of a gaming house were fined Jit) with costs each. In the Second James Price, keeper, was mulcted theilike ond each of eight frequenters with costi ravorable Accap'ance or otherwise b> ihe mln ft fie s ofter was referred to_heaaauailers o( the miners union This wi-j some three ago aid up to Ihe prescnCnolh in? ha? hea tl, from ruigar} fh look the 6f lhe ot ihe dis trlct tomorrov Reports maflo byvthe returmut pffl cers an, 10 me effect the enilre drstnct is lined up m o[ I irrfgahon Ultlo was] ii t- Vt" "-1- reported anil Vjlieu ttio ballot boxes bullihj. the horns ml act [aio haudcrt to Air d If Running re- on ttieir in rod Ing tonurtilng qlhceV at JJoiimerce Tnuradaj contiuuc wnrk In tho mines on Tiles ,llgKt H oiioctcil a ubstantial ma dav morning after Ine TharAsgmng be slioAn in fiver ot bond nit inf! ilie Hnil in tho illsfr ct Tha artion the miners in thb jietnrns will be received at Com Iir'cipItatB ac'ion taken Is rega ded merce and the official count ot the bal aa taking an iinfslr advantage of the h0t3 will be made in iethbTldgeon Vrl- cily, in that it; is not the .custom, in the Estimated returns be tele- mines tc have more (nan a four days' j phoned to LelhoriiUe during the dav. supply of coal al tho mines, which is -_______________1 considered alhfticient to take care of immediate needs as well au providing for anything in tTie way of emergen-. ties for a: short time. There was no j work in the mldes'on Sunday and on Monday, and the consequence is thr.t the simply of coal has run short for j immediate .use.- Of this (lie were fully, aware. it-is with this knowledge that It is regarded they have chosen-tho tliuo' for not return- Ing'to work. are now al! com pitted for the reception of Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King, who will arrive in -the city by the 4 train, which reaches here at that time from Kootenay Landing: He' secared Wheat took a tumble again toda> October closini at ?2 31 add j November at ?2 December at J2.06, an average ot five cents.down. Indications are that an erratic mar, ket will prenil for a dav or two it lepsl and the exchange, which llgurcs are Quoted above follow- ed in Ihe steps of the Chicago mar ket. December wheat opened oh that exchange at J2 14 and closed at R C. ARCHBISHOP IS SUPPORTING REFERENDUM VVINMPEG, Oct. bishop of the Roman Catholic csgt out-o mesagc to priest under his jurisdiction ask- ing for their assistance in the ref- erendum campaign The arch bishop has expressed the opinion that while the enforcement of the pretent act teft much to be desh- ed, the people of his diocese Were EO. per cent better off as a resujt of.the probationary, enactments will be met deputatiln of the local Liberal-organization and a number of private citizens. Amongst be Mayor Hardle, who will be 11 a private capacity and not rs mayor of the city He Intimate acquain- tance with Mr King, having met him'several ttpies, when he was deputy minister of labor in the Laurier government, during'-his visits west for the settlement of labor troubles jn the days when the mayor [n the mining business. m city ihe leaser of the opposition will be driven to the Y.M C.A where he will W received ly Lcca) Council of Women refreshmwiti. addreji at a meeting be prodded over by Miss Susan the council At the close of the ad- dress there a public r'c- ception in: the-way of an Intro- duction-to -Mr.'-King. The big meetirigjat the-Majcstlc will-take place at followed by a to be tendered Mr. the Sliver Grill at 11 p.rh; DON'T FORGET The only place where you can getiyfiur'shoeYrepaired "V Srao- .ticiil slioemoliers is at HuUon 'Perkins ,418AV F.imi Street'South -Z" -.Phone 693 3 doors S- of Colonial Theatre COX BUTTONS BRINQS WHIPPING -MACOX, Mo, Ocl formation bas been filed today by the county prosecutor of -Macon county against Jennie Hunt, teacher of the college ft ground school, charging her vith whipping sli pupils for Cox buttons. A Ellison Milling Co. Disposes o Several There-7-- They.Dke Our Hard 1 Wheat Flour '-p- Geo. W. Green, manager of trie Ellison-'Milting companyfr retunt? cd Saturday from a buunew trip to Salt Lake and Butte bringing back fwith him orders for flour from large firms In those cities. Five cars will go forwird for the Salt Lake flnr Immediately followed by a shipment Mr. Green states that the" wufK- em dealers.are keen foriAJbvrta hard wheat flour, and.tlfit h? ttete trial 'shlpmenti prove satisfactory more 'orders will follow. He looks for a brisk trade to develop with Btrtte and Anocondj. The hard wheat flour used In the Intermountaln region the line Is now largely from Minneapolis But the freight rates between Lethbridge and Salt Lake are substantially less thap that from Minneapolis, which Is a vital point in fivor of local mlllersi RECOUNT IN N.-B. ELECTION ST JOHN', x B, Oct Armstrong toda> granted the nflpltcJ Uoit.for -i recount neit Wednesday 01 rotes In the St John counl> nuing in Iho. recent provincial election. llampei'-ed b> bad conditions! i reports of the wheat icceiv cd at D." E office this morn- ing were meagre but ilrgo trading TWO BELIEVED DROWNED of this city and a companion named "S'anconver, are Believed to have lost their lives by drowning on Saturday last while crulslnr near Secbelt. their upturn- fill'boat was found'yesterday but no meii. P.O. BOX 940' PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Business .ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND .CO." 5-6 Acadla Building 612 Third Avenue -.South BAWDENBROS. PHONE 625 ITrlimiililNM 95-PIECE DINNER SETS Ffnc semi por- celain, two gold line decoration GOOD FOOD Well prepared Nicely served Moderately priced Will make this a favorite with The Yale 212 FIFTH :QTREET. SOUTH QiirrJelicious, nu- tritious; thoroughly satisfactory bread mil.provide a lot of AvHolesome ;ment three tiin.es a day., It is thproUgli- bred bread. -v KIRKBY'S Our New Steam Pressing Machine Will not'be bard on your clothing. When done properly, pressing nnd sponging will makd your garments wear longer. Why not hare your lire-Being -done by the newest pro- cess. Our prices are rtasooable. MEN'S OR LADIES' Suit, Dry. Cleaned Suit, Sponged and Pressed .41.25 Suit, Pressed .75 called for delivered. Duck 402 TrJIRTEENTH, STREET NORTH PHONE 1770 :er Bread Always taste; JOHNGILMORE Limited BAKEjPtS PHONE 378 'The name Chief Moun- tain was chosen for this [company -because it stands for everything tliat is pure and-'unadul- terated. ProdudsT Stand for the same thing the Company that manufactures these products stands, back of their Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. LETHBRIOQE, PHONE ISM' you read wl Ing vvheii the e rbllo reclin- jyes are de-1 pressed-thp-circulation in tho optic nerve is apt to be. interfered with. The i best qdvicd' can give f you is, doii't wear glasses, need when you do let us exam- ine your eyes and fit them. IF.M.WILKIN5 I SIGHT SPECIALIST 327 FIFTH STREET.S. FARMERS, ARE YOU ON 0 OUR PAYROLL- We are sending out morey orders daily1 for- cream received. -Ship your1 cream to the best price, returns CRYSTAL DAIRY Ltd: PHONE 1576 II ___' A.DELlGHTFUt.' DRINK Hero's a- refreslifns, Hhc' able drink for child or adult. it that you can with safety and enjoyment seno al your tablo'of to.your guests. 'Try: it.'at fnvorllo fountain A .FULL LIKE OF SOFT FLAVORS NO. 2) (BV HYRUM SMITH, O.C.) U Is a generally'recognized fact that It takes ncn'oos cnerey to digest food. The stomach eupply of nenrpus energy, when Iho-splnal nerves to the stomacli at the outlet between joints of tho spine at what" Is Itnowo as "Eiomach runs down below normal. TLo Btomscli weakness niay-'Ue g'ercrp or merely- such as to caro in choicest foods. 11 all Depends upon the degree oi pres- sure upon i.he stomach' pfacc norvc. TLIa pVessnre is re- hy.chiroihracllc adjustments. WEt-L AFTER SIX YEARS SOLID FOOD "At different times my ease was diagnosed as ulcer of. thb stomach. cancer of tlio stcmacli, anrj tiinercnlosfs of liio etomach.'jT licoa'me so cm.uiaitrM coulrl hariji' ly walk aldiie. In six yoars not'n' mouthful of Solid food front down my throat The thlropraclor mado no rromiscB. lint' i nra well. Xo ont l.nows wbat It means (a enjoy unless (hoy have been starr- ed for like Mrs (Icorgo A. VVIlsc.-i, Chiropractic i'.o- tcarcu -'123-1. Is without charge, HYRUM JONE B. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS 203 SHERLOCK BLOCK HEALTH Adjuatments .'.when given with preclsfon reetoro. health in all diseases affccliaf' the following i'-, BRAIN EYES EARS NOSE J THROAT ARMS HEART r LUNGS LIVER STOMACH PANCREAS SPLEEN '7 KIDNEYS i SMALL- BOWEL LARGE THIQMS ANO ;